NEVER SEEN SUCH A BEAUTIFUL KINGDOM - HALL *STAGE* ❤ Its in Mexico...
By Queen Esther
The little ones are not left out ! Perfect cart - witnessing... prima, little brother ❤
WOW... a sweet experiment of women’s uniqueness and the special bond between a mother & child, we met up with 6 wonderful women, and asked them to let us blindfold their most precious loved ones; their children ❤ ( video )By Queen Esther
As a small experiment of women’s uniqueness and the special bond between a mother and child, we met up with 6 wonderful women, and asked them to let us blindfold their most precious loved ones. Their children ;o) A NICE EXPERIMENT !
How we did it :
The children were guided towards the group of women, and using their senses and intuition asked to try to find the one they believed to be their mother. Anxiety, love and a bit of heartfelt tears filled the room as children from the age of 3-9 tried and succeed in finding the one and only they could call mum!
All women are unique in shape, personality and heart, and so is the beautiful connection and precious love we saw this day ❤
By Queen Esther
If she cannot afford a sheep, she must then take two turtledoves or two young pigeons.—Lev. 12:8.
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According to the Mosaic Law, the Israelites were to offer specific sacrifices. (Lev. 9:1-4, 15-21) The sacrifices were to be unblemished because they pointed to Jesus’ perfect sacrifice. Moreover, with each type of offering, or sacrifice, a specific procedure was to be followed. For example, consider what was required of the mother of a newborn child. Leviticus 12:6 states: “When the days of her purification for a son or a daughter are completed, she will bring a young ram in its first year for a burnt offering and a young pigeon or a turtledove for a sin offering to the entrance of the tent of meeting, to the priest.” God’s requirements were specific, but his loving reasonableness shines radiantly in the Law, as shown in today’s text. Though poor, this worshipper was loved and appreciated just as much as the one bringing a more costly offering. w14 11/15 3:11